WWE News: Update on Meeting Between Brock Lesnar and Dana White After UFC 146

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WWE News: Update on Meeting Between Brock Lesnar and Dana White After UFC 146

Even though being away from the UFC since December following his loss to Alistair Overeem, Brock Lesnar is still a topic of conversation as the former UFC heavyweight champion was mentioned in the post-UFC 146 press conference Saturday.

Following the press conference, UFC president Dana White and Lesnar had a meeting to discuss things which had fans speculating whether Lesnar would be once again leaving the WWE for a return to the Octagon.

Here are the details from PWInsider (via WrestlingInc.com) on what came from the meeting between Lesnar and White this past weekend in Las Vegas.

Lesnar actually told WWE officials that he met with White but nothing happened out of it. Lesnar reportedly brought up the idea of doing something with UFC but White wasn't interested. White does not want a pro wrestling connection with UFC and isn't interested in working with Lesnar while he's with WWE, despite teasing it at the post-fight press conference.

Following the pitch for a connection between the WWE and UFC in Lesnar’s current storyline, White made the right decision in declining the option as the two companies should definitely remain separate in their two worlds.

With his current deal running through WrestleMania 29 in 2013, it seems as though Lesnar is already looking to position himself in the best situation either in the WWE or UFC well before his deal expires next year.

With Lesnar trying to leverage himself into a possible better situation between the WWE and UFC, do you see the former UFC and WWE Champion staying in professional wrestling or making another run in MMA?

Chris Humphrey is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can ask him any question regarding the WWE or any other topic that crosses your mind on either his Facebook or Twitter page.

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